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What are the names of ten or more sub-atomic particles (quakes)
Answer 1:

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subatomic particles
Here you have a brief answer that mentions the name of some sub-atomic particles:
Photon
Graviton
Gluon
W boson
Z boson
Muon
Muon neutrino
Tau
Tau neutrino
Quark up
Quark down
Quark charm
Quark strange
Quark top
Quark bottom

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